Winter Cloaked Hillsides

Experience wintry conditions and bracing temperatures along both groomed cross-country ski  trails and natural snowshoe trails in the folded hilly landscape of the park. Reflect on the story of stewardship, of people taking care of places – sharing an enduring connection to the land - as you observe the tall trees, wildlife and experience the peacefulness of the woods. Read More

Snowshoers in the park

Where Can I Hike & Ski in Park in Winter

Woodstock Inn & Resort Nordic Center maintains & grooms over 20 kilometers / 12 miles of park trails in its larger Nordic trail network.

Students discover bird species at the park

Youth Interns, Camper, Corps Offerings

Check out the Park (and partners) summer stewardship experiences for youth and interns.

Natural Resource manager and child examine stream

Trees for Streams - Feb 29 9-11am

Join us to learn about riparian buffers along our streams and their impact on water quality

Wintry Woods Watercolor by Margaret Dwyer

Wintry Woods in Watercolor - Mar 7 10-1

Tranquility & beauty of the forest is especially unique in the winter. Learn some watercolor basics that include techniques, brushstrokes

iNaturalist Cell phone app - hand with cell phone

iNaturalist Tutorial - Mar 21 10am-12pm

Learn about iNaturalist - an exciting tool you can use to id species & contribute observations to a massive online scientific database

Maple trees with buckets

Maple Sugar Shack Open House - March 21

Are you curious how Vermont’s famous maple syrup is made? Come find out at our sugar shack open house!

Last updated: February 25, 2020

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Woodstock , VT 05091


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